The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 21, 1933 · Page 10
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Bakersfield, California
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10 THE I3AKERSFIELD CXLIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1933 Special Announcements ie For Rent—Houses In charge of Emma (Ccosc, ftraduatr n\irBC. ppprpsslon prices. Telephoni Wusco !'::. Corner cii-lffith avenii" and Tenth Plncp, Wnscu, Calif. 31'KCIAL PRICKS Nl)\V , IMS. PLETCHEK . j 910 MAKER STRE10T 18n j tcduccd rates. Ix-arn jn?.z piano. )"j lessons. No penlcs or exercises. Waterman I Piano School. IflPO Chester a'cnue. room 10:.. \ 1118 | ~ROSES Hood assortment of choice roses flit very attractive prices. Choose youri-- j while assortment complete. Bakers- ' field Nursery. C31 Sixth. Telephone 326. 161 < >KFER special Saturday and Sunday T-bonf- stoali, 25 cents. Complete chicken dinner. Sunday, 3d cent* Metropolitan Coffee Shop, 120SNlnc- teentli street. 1' |U SBB attractive, crin-cry store, room and lorillnn. n44 Usher ilrert. right In tlto center Of tl-e Kast Tlsker'flrld business district. IM rnBNCH CAI'K. Nn. 2. near Southern Pacific, depol. Special Bundnj dinner, ronsl turkey or chicken, with trimmings: In illnlng mom. 7.1 ctnts: im i-ounter. f-5 rents. Single orderfi. r-0 cents. Com blnatlon hre«kfa«t. '> to 11. 2S cents up. Ppeclnl luncheon nn<l dinner from 10 B. m. to 8 p. m., « rents. All r.-eenl. entrees Include drink. mi counter. Telephone 477.V HOUSES FOR KENT 10 rooms, SOI I/, $35.00 10 rooms, 216 Eureka, ?30 5 rooms, 3623 I/, J12.GO 8 rooms, 720 Pacific, $16.00 6 rooms, 82!) M, $10.00 4 rooms, 3BOB M, $12.50 6 rooms, 3502 M. $15.00 4 rooms, 3020 Jnwnt.t, $10.09 6 rooms, 2MO NIleN, $20.00 4 rooms, 112 Ogden, $10.00 4 rooms, 1ti2l G. $25.00 .1 rooms, 325 18th, $25.00 5 rooms, 2302 O. $28.00 10 rooms, 1927 17th, $.'10.00 t! rooms, 608 M, $10.00 3 rooms, .100 25th, $10.00 FOLLOWING WITH FURNITURE 5 rooms, 2030 Park Way, $-10:00 3 rooms, 715 28th, $20.00 4 rooms, 1329 I Apt., $35.00 5 rootn.s, 29 Oregon, $45.00 3 rooms, 1413 27th, $25.00 3 rooms, 2100 24th, 118.00 3 rooms, 1725 16'th, $20.00 6 rooms, 520 C, $50.00 STORES 2 storerooms, 515 E. 10th, $15.00 each I storeroom, 330 E. 19th, $25.00 Brick bulldlntr, 1405 V. $50.00 LAND SO acres. 0 mlleK southwest, 92.65 acres Edison Highway We Solicit Your Kirn Insurance KELLY A SON Over 26 Years of Reliable Servlc* 171'J Chester. Telephone 36.1 For Rent—Farm Land TEN-ACRE ranch, east of town, five acres choice grapes. Fine Burden land. Water piped on land. Call 714 Flower street. 160 FOR RKNT or lens, at Brundiie tnd P street, 3-acro chicken ranch, 4-room furnlihed homo. New low rental, street. Itiono 1210-J. Apply 1920 Q For Sale—Improved Property MODERN n-room cottiiRo, $22, water paid. 2220 OrcKon struct. Phone <!2B. Henry Klssler. 1-10-tf Notice sale of personal property. Bids will bo received by the undersigned for the houses described bo- low. These houses arc to be removed and lots cleaned up: (1) 2811 L street. (2) 2825 L street. (3) Garage rear of 2825 L street. (4) 1107 Twenty-second street. (d) 1115 Twenty-second street. (6) 1108 China Alley, lot 2, block 190, City of Bakersfleld. (7) 1106 China Alley, lot 2, block 190, City of Bakersfleld. (8) 1516 K street. (9) 1528 1C street. (10) 608 Fourteenth street, near "S" street. Bids must be In by the 24th day of January, 1933, and accompanied by 10% of the bid. The executor re- i serves the right to reject any and ! all bids. For Sale—Automobiles For Sale—Automobiles 1928 Bulck standard sport coupe, $225. 1931 Chevrolet standard sedan. $445. TOP PRICES PAID FOR AUTOS Chester at Twenty-fourth. Phone 5828 15S 1932 Terraplano demonstrator sedan, very low mileage. 1931 Oldsmobllo sedan. 1931 Auburn sedan, free-wheeling. 1930 Essex sedan, side mounting and trunk rack. 1930 Willys sedan, 2 spare tires and trunk rack. 1929 Hudson sedan, 6 wire wnenls. 192!) Essex coupe. 3928 Hudson coupe, rumble seat. 1928 Auburn coupe, rumble seat, A-l. 1927 Essex coach, 1926 Bulck roadster. 1928 Graham sedan, new rubber. 1928 Hudson sedan. These cars In excellent condition. Must bo seen to bo appreciated. BROWN-BOYD MOTOR CO. 2220 Chester Avenue. Phono 3955 150 CLEARANCE SALE All cars to bo sold at a big sacrifice. Over 50 to choose from, late models. Get yours now. See us about auto loans. Will arrange to finance any car. Lowest prices^ USED CAR LOT Sixteenth and Chester. Phone 116 (Opposite Courthouse) 168 WASTED—Ll«ht cor, 11)30 or newer. Will trado 1037 Chorrolet for equity. Call 4408-M. For Sale—Furniture CLEARANCE SALE OF LOW-PRICED CARS TAKEN IN TRADE 1926 Dodge commercial, $95.00 1926 Dodge sedan, $70.00 1927 Ford coupe, $25.00 Also Ford trucks and pickups. PAT'S CAR MARKET Phono 1724 2316 Chester Avenue Jack Bundy, Manager. 158 HOTPOINT electric range, side oven, $29.75. Grand Rapids mahogany dining set, 9 pieces, $55. Bedroom sot, 5 pieces, $19.50. IVAN L. HAM.M Phone 341 100 Eighteenth Street 15S Radio, Musical Instruments Pcrsontils I MODBIIN furnlshnl bungalow. Orerstuffed furnl- i ture. Water pnld. Oaraic. Near car lint. \ Apply Sir. Nt street. HO I FOR, KENT -Ti\o court, cottases. one furnished. | mtt unfurnished. (Inrage. Water paid. $18 and *21.r.O. Apply 1727 Blanche street. 150 on cjevnntnentli street -0 bn%onteonth street 151 151 WANTKD-- Nsme« mpn-wnmen. IS-sn. wlshlns steady future RoTernmenl Jnhs. Start $105.00- Jirri.OO month. rommon «lur«tlon usually sufficient. l*ult particulars u'ith sample coaching PUKE. Apply today. Address IJoi K-10. Tlic Caltfnrnlan. SEVEN-ROOM nicely funilshed. Restricted district. $45.00. Elmer F. Karpn. Phone 210. 1517 Eighteenth street. 1-20-tf Financial FOIl RENT—4-room itucco. Btrlrtlj modern. Itardwtwd floori. sleoolne porch, utatlonary tub. Near nrhnoli and Bcale Park. 310 1" itteot. 1n- ctulro 310W. 1''0 KOFI rtF/NT—l-rnom hou«». $18.00. Also 3-rootn house. J17.00. lias and llthu Included. Clcno to nchool. lirai 1 itreet. 133 16 6n I'ER $100 FOR 1 YEAR iNO BROKERAGE— NO BONUS) Minimum Insuranre at Hoard Rates Investigate and Be Convinced CONSUMERS TUED1T CO. A Reliable Coast-Wide Institution 0 Haberfclde Arcade Bldg. Phone 10M 1 68 POIl TIBNT—Holmes and npartments. furnlshml and unfurnished. Depression prices. Tclephonft 2040. or mil at Bakersfleld Veterinary Hospital. 32S (•htster. 158 _ - BXTRAOnoiNAnv barialn In Income property. Beautifully furnished duplei and t 5-room houio, alio llTlni quartora tor owner In basement. Double earajo. Ijugo lot. Walklnj dlitance. Orerjtuffed furniture anrt Prlildalre. JTopcrty nottlnit bettor than 21 per cent. Owner eolng eait, «ay» tell for »:1700.00. Termi. $2700 down, balanco easy payrocnu. Howard Nichols. 7nc., 1SOB Nln«teenth. 1-18-tf FOR SALE — 5-room house, one acre land. Cheap. Apply 330 East Nlne- tennth Htroet. 150 For Sale—Ihiproved Farms FOn. SATJ5 or trade. Hi acres, part alfalfa. 5- room mo<lem house. Oaraffe. chicken housca. Strawberries, fnilt and Rrapes. Second house rliht. on Bererly. off Potomac, In Friday Tract, or Otto ncdman. Haute 5. Hoi 380. ISO For Exchange—Property FOIl RENT—Furnished 4-room house. Reasonable to adults. 1407 Chester Place. FlVB-nOOM furnished houso. Oar«e. Lawn. IfYult I FOn SALB or trade, barcaln, 2H acres, 0-roora house, irardwoal floors, tile sink, fireplace. Chicken yard. 8ha<le. Phono 2740-M. trees. Water paid. 808 H street. Key at 302 H street. FLOYD DUNLAP 1023 20th Street. Phono 391. 1»8 LOAN'S or fecurlty l«nues for refinancing, buytnB buslnmiN. tmluitries. realty. ram-lie«. \nillam U. Hunt. Jr. * Company. 348 South Spring. l«s Aneelei. _ _ _ F1VB-ROOM furnished house, two bedrooms. Ua- raje. $27.50 pw month. Wa.ter paid. Inquire 220 Oiester arenue. For Sale—Automobiles FOR SALE— .... ... heautlful custom-built car cost $5000. Only run 2900 miles. You must see I this car. Price $350. Blue Ribbon I On rage. 15ii LATEST 1933 Gllflllun super hetro- dyno broadcast and short-wave police receiver. Special this -week only, $24.50. Terms. Don C. Preston, Nineteenth and H. 168 For Sale—Miscellaneous DOUOLA88: CASH PAID FOH CA11S. 2105 I T*ato 1820 I.'Mrd town sedan; four new tires. $225. 1930 Ford roadater; curtains; A-l. Buy, 1190. •OK BALE or trade. Model T rord coupe. 827 Pacific street. FOH SALE—Charter's 540-egf Incubator, cheap Phone 4325-W 150 FOR SALB 4000 4-foot O. P. lath. $20.00. P. M, Kyte, Delano, 5H miles caal Qohlcn' state hlsh- \%ay on T'ond' road. , 15! JOAN OF ARC FOR RENT, at COO Twenty-fifth street, modern 4-room furnished hcusr. Newly pspeied and painted Inside. $20 per month. Business Opportunities SERVICE station operator wanted to loasr station. Will take $400 to handle. For information, c-all 3011 after 6 p. m. '63 FOR .SALE—Gns station and grocery, three visible pumps. Old established location. Write box 48L, The Call- furtiian. THREE-ROOM furnished cottage, well furnished. Clean. With water. Will rent four months for $12. Phone 516B-.T. HALP of house, completely furnished. Clean. Reasonable rent. Walking distance. Oarage. 829 K street. Phone 50H-J. BE\UTV SHOP in San Francisco. Four booths fully equipped. Three permanent wave machines, A-l iH-iplihorhood. Same owned R year.s. Ftr-tiring. $750.00. Box 643, The '.'nltfoi-nlan. 1"1 TOR RENT— Furnished duplex, also cottage. Apply 703 1C street, or phone 8«8. NICELY furnished small house. Garage. Water paid. At 108 Chester avemin. For Rent—Apartments lKN to servli-« psuhllshcd routes, l^rrnt anil ."-cent smup^ment machines. sJl sections this icrrltorr. Conditional salary $55 week plus. 1375 required. Write KJN Company. 012 San Fernando hulldlne. Los Anseles. Help Wanted—Male SINGIJ-J msn. ^-tih light car. free to travel, to do • pet-lal advertising work for large eastern organ! 8IKG1.K and double apartment, with sleeping porch. Close tn. Now renting for $18.00 and $22.30. The Rharland. :MO fl street. Phone .1^2. \«'J apartments. Nineteenth and D. Overstuffed furniture. Frlgldalre. 5-room house, 2000 Orange. Apply 3031 Nineteenth street, gro- eery store. Phono 3524-J. 173 | PIJIINIHHBD apartments. 14 and $!5 a week. Oa*. lights, water and garbage Included. ?M4 Nineteenth street. WE HAVE IT. OUR USED CAR STOCK IS THE CLEANEST AS WELL AS THE CHEAPEST IN THE VALLEY—WITH A GUARANTEE THAT COUNTS. 1932 Chevrolet coach, trunk, 6000 miles, $495. 1932 Chevrolet de luxe coupe, radio, $550. 1930 Chevrolet special sedan, $335. 1931 Chevrolet de luxe coupe, perfect, $395. 1931 Chevrolet standard coupe, perfect, $375. 1D31 Chevrolet standard coupe, $285. 1931 De Soto special sedan, perfect, $475. 1930 Ford sport coupe, $225. 1929 Ford sport coupe, $165. 1929 Chevrolet, coach. $235. 1927 Nash coupe, $150. 1932 Ford pickup, $385. 1930 Ford pickup, $235. 1930 Chevrolet IVj-ton truck, $285. 1927 Chevrolet 1-ton truck, $100. NIOBLV furnished 2-room apartments with private baths. $20 and (22.50 month; Jrt.OO week. Until. cas. water, linens, electric washing machine fur- nlshril. Oarage If required. The Woodrw. naker and Jackson streets. 180 i Many other cheaper cars to pick from. -atlon. Can esrn from IS lo »8 dally, with ! pnR RENT by week or month. Nicely •lianec of n.tvanepmcnt for right man. See Mr. - ... ... — .. ' llbpvel. KCI Sefenteenlh street, .from 7 to S COMPANY CORNER TWENTIETH AND M HORlKONTAli 1 Skin blemish. 5 Trappings. 10 Laid, as a street. 12 Harsh noise ot a trumpet. 14 Vow. 16 Type of theft designated as grand or petty by law. 18 Sea hiril, family Alcidae. 19 Two groups ot stars, of which the North .Star is one. 21 To emulate. 22 Never (contraction 1 ). 24 To entrap. 25 "Wagers. 26 Rain as in winter. 28 To make lace. 29 Hodgepodge. 30 Vessel for Answer to 1'rcvlons pronoun. 36 Social insects. 39 Chestnut horse. 40 Dupe. 42 Moved through water fish- fashion. 44 Work of skill. •15 To hire. 47 Bugle plant. 48 Colonist. heating -water 50 Empowered, at the table. 52 Slack. 31 Gazello. 53 Work of fie- 82 Hoar}-. tion. 34 Feminine 54 Finishes. 55 Tints of scarlet. VERTICAIy 1 Uttered. 2 Eccentric wheel. o Greedy. 4 Amber. 5 Dazzlng light. 38 to rescue. 6 Where is the 39 File, malleus found (pi.)? 7 Part ot a curved line. 8 Overseers. 11 Railway station. 12 Hallowed. 13 Colors as fabric. 15 Regrets exceedingly 17 Insects' 'eggs. 20 AmeTican widgeon. J3 Where was Joan of Arc. burned? 25 Food for which Boston, U. S. A., is famous. 27 Twisted. 29Ratite bird. 32 Blood. 33 To clatter. 34 Portion. 35 Devoured. 37 Ribbed fabrics. For Sale—Miscellaneous (CASH AND CARRY ONLY) 100 Lbs., Recleaned, Highest drad« JOO L.BS. HEN SCRATCH. $1.10. 100 Ibs, reeleaned wheat, $1.00. 100 Ibs. lay mash (cotton bags), $1.86. 75 Ibs. ROLLED BARLEY, «0e. MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED BAKERSPIELD. GRAIN COMPANY Baker. Street and Truxtun Avenue 10-28-tf Over a period of 32 years our reputation remains paramount, Prove for yourself this assertion ."We continue to sell feed for less than any advertised price. No limit to regular customers. No dealers, no tricks, no phones. Business Is good. . PIONEER MERCANTILE CO. 100 pounds mash, in cloth baas, $1.35. , $1.10. 100 pounds scratch, 100 pounds cracked Indian corn, QANN & ROSS, Olldale, Ca $1.20. 12-8-tf AUTO palntlnf. $13,50 to $2o; body and render work. Prices rljlit. Auto repairing. Tront Paint and Repair Shop, California and Biker. Vhono 8071-W. 500 sacks barley, very satisfactory for seed, also some wheat. A. H. Karpe. Phone 915. ' 150 ALV'ALFA aeed. 88 per cent pure. Slljhtly dls colored by September rain, otherwise first clan seed. lOc pound. Ccrro, Jtoute 3, \Vlble lload, Bakersfleld. 105 FOR SALE—A-J baled dairy nay. Cal E. Souza, 2520 L street. Phone 2353 -W. . 107 | Poultry and Livestock BAUY CinCKSI Yei, follts, IT* now hare thot- ouihbred. blood-tested Hods tnd Rocks. Aim tome nocks lane as quails. Open Sunday, nivervlew Hatchery, Belle avenue and North Cheitor. ' CUSTOM Itatchlni, booklni orders for baby chicks and 6-week Leghorn pullets. A few Red breedlni rooters. Priest Poultry Ranch. • Dogs and Other Pete FOR BALIS-Scotch terrier pups. Phone 794-W. 2110 Nineteenth street, Wanted to Buy—Farm Land WANTED—1 or IH-acfo with fuue or 1 to 2-room house. Mutt be reasonable for cash. Give particulars. Boi 161, Station A, Bakers- fleld. 150 Wanted to Buy-Miscellaneous WANT to buy, scales, cash registers, meat sllccrs. addlnsj machines, typewriter, showcues, rcfrli- erators, itore, office and restaurant equipment, butcheri* lupplles, second hand furniture. Valley Store Flituro Company, 800 Baker. Phone 2138. 153 WANT to buy, lug and picking boxes, Phone 1033. 151 WANTED fo buy, used electric WMhesJ Will pay cash. Phone 4988-J. Business Cards SWEDISH MASSAGE CAUINET SW13AT8 11EDUCINO Colonle Irrigation tNBTITUTE OF nYDROTHErUPT Ula F Street 8 a. m. to 0 p. m. Fbone iO«l OAR \VOOD. all and leniths, tor flreplacat and stores. Guaranteed quality, and prompt delivery. Hears' Ice Delivery. Phone 1808. m WOOD. Remember Peoples' Wood Yard, for dry. sound wont). Honest measure. Prompt dellr- ory. Prices right. Phono 2380. 170 BARGAIN on freezer cases, scales, rash registers, meat allcer, restaurant fixtures. Complete. New and used. Showcase safe. 808 Baker. 15ft DOB WELCH RIDING ACADEMY County Road Park. Phone 8713-n-11 Well-trained saddlo horses. 75 cents hour. Special offer—neek-days only, this ad and 00 cents entitles bearer to one hour's ride. llorsM bought and sold Legal Notices von SALIi—1'ulrerlzcd sheep manure, 25 cents a sack, delivered. Phone 4471-W. 1RO USED FARM EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY. TRACTORS. PTXW.S. DISC HARROWS. CULTIVATORS. COTTON PLANTERS.. IN FACT, ALL KINDS OF FARM TOOLS. TERMS IP DKSIHED. A. H. KARPE, 150 FOH SALE — 24-Inch oak fireplace wood, 113 a cord, delivered. Phono !>I5. 151 AUTO TOPS, curtains and upholstering at greatly reduced prices. Ousranteed work. . C. N. JOHNSTON KHOPS i EIGHTEENTH AND O STnEETS. PHONB 650 ! • inp I FOR SALE—23 colonies of bees. In 2-story hives. i A-l condition. State Inspected. Phono 456S-.T. 403 L street. 150 I TWO-TON Holt caterpillar tractor for sale or trade. I Cheap. A. C. Brockman. Delano. Calif. 150 | ALL KINDS well-rooted healthy berry plants. I Artichokes and asparagus plants. John Dcnlo, ! rrattvate. Phono 8701-J-ll. 150 PIANO TUNING Fietory Registered Tuner 13.50 Satisfaction Guaranteed CARL A. BTRD Phono 130U-M. 830 Truxtun Avenue DR. W. TOM POLLOCK A Palmer Chiropractor says: "You can be well." Let him help you. One month's service for $1!) Orer Hughe* Drug Store Nineteenth and Chester Phone 1110-J LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Uenrlco t'ncicelleil—-That Is Our Ten Different Services and Zorle Odorless Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY RlitettUh and O Streets Phone '-'1» Professional Cards i FOR SALK—One No. 4 IMmroso separator. Unuto I g, B OI 127.A. Bakersfleld. 151 I 20-INCH oak, J.I.OO tier; Eucalyptus. 1.1.90 tier: cotton wood. $3.55 tier: block wood. $3.00 tier; 12-Inch oak wood, $4,00 tier: cotton wood. $2.75 tier: block wood, $2.75 tier. 478 Washington avenue. Olldale. Phono 3202. l.~>5 9 Spread of an arch. 40 Game of skill. 41 Singing voice. 43 Manufactured. 45 Lump of clay. 46 To rant. 49 2000 pounds. 51 Cot. FOR SALE OR TRADE — Electric Fairbanks-Morse domestic deep well pressure system, complete. Also 4x 4^4 Rlx air compressor, with motor, nlr tank and all fittings. Inquire Ed Helm Monument Works at the cemetery gate. 150 FOR SALE—Oat hay. 50 cents bale, south on state highway. Ed Lleb. Seven miles IT,2 p. A MAN with car wanted to ad»«rtlse our goo<1s and diitrtbute Introductory packages to consumers. Mutt be latlsfled with 80 rents an hour ; at start. Write for full partlrulan. Alhert Mills, roule manager, 2224 Monmouth, Cincinnati. Ohio. ' DAVIS will »et you up In business In ymir own n,mmu»lltj'—representing T>a,<lB Flue Custom riclhet. Insured free for one year. Complete equipment furnUlied. No investment. Over .100.000 utiFtled nutnmers. Now low prices—steady profits. Kirerlcnce not necessary. P. H. Davis Tailoring Company. Department 37. Cincinnati. Ohio. furnished apartment at the Kelly. Three rooms and bath. Overstuffed. ! Close In. Adults only. Very reason- j able rent. Call 1305 I street. Phone , 4033 or 363. 152 ; MODERN furnished apartments with j bedroom. Close in. Onrage. Reason- ] able rentals. 1525 Thirteenth street. I 151 i 150 FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartment, with hath. Silver, linen, gas and lights Included, suitable for men or business woman. Car space. I $13. 2007 Twentieth street. I CLONE IN. nlre 2-room apartment. Everything I furnished. Cheap rent. 1724 Twenty-second { street. Phone 4175. | KX-WORLD WAR aviator- PoutheTn hotel. See Mr, Aleiander. COMronTARLB and convenient, rent. Truitun and A street. with USED CARS FROM A DEPENDABLE DEALER 1932 Do Soto coupe, 1200 down. 1931 Dodge 10-wheel truck, $300 down. 1930 Ford coupe, rumble scat, ?100 down. 1.131 De Soto sedan, $175 down. 1931 Ford sedan, $125 down. 1931 Do Soto 8 sedan, $125 down. BAKERSFIELD OARAGE USED CAR LOT Next to Fox Theater Twentieth nt G. Phone 2286 158 14 Help Wanted—Female | _ T FOR IlENT— Attractlfe Halter street. bungalow court. AMAZING dtiuxmryl Ladles' Pnai-Proofed r.nsi! Doublfs ivear. Women dpmonstrntors wanted. Start up In S2D wwkly. No canrasallll. Actual •imples PTIBB. American Hosiery Mills. De- ] rtartmcnt 2910. Indianapolis. ' SPECIAL home iinfk for women—no canrasslnc. I Demonstrate lordly sprlnn dresses In jour own j home. Start J18 weekly. Fashion FTorks. De- nartment P-811J, Clni-tnnatl. Ohio. SPECIAL work for mothrrs 'rtv> need JI4 wffkly st once. No csnTuslnt. njwrlfnce or Iniest- ( ment. Ol»« rtr««s lire. MvUIr Styles. De- , partment 3S77. Cincinnati. Ohio. ; Situations Wanted—Female ; GIRX., IS rears old. colng to school, wants psrt ! time work, for room and board. Box 01. The ; CaJtfomlan. Vr.IlY reliable lady wanti housework. practical nursing, or caring for children. Itione 320T. For Rent-—RpoTTis FOH RENT, to lady only, front bedroom, with | home prlrUecrs. In Fait Hakerifteld. two blocks from bus line. TUTmnces exchanged. Phono i 2910-11. 1M i NICE furnished, heated rdoro. reasonable. Use of tulenhont, and all conrcnlcnces. 1102 1 street. MODERN" furnished oulsMe ronms. wtth li«st. continuous hot water. AIM) 3-room apartment. Very : reasonable r mt IftSS D ilreat. 1M TO GENTLEMAN—Vpry desirable room. TCHSOII able, with bath, prtrste entrance. USB of phone. Also taraee. . Must bo seen to be avurerlitnl. Phone 3613-M. V'". FOn TtKNT—Unfurnished, clean, modern, attracLlTo (tpartment. 1717 California arenue. ONH 8-rnnm apartment, $20. with water anil 92.00 I paid on gas and lights: one 3-room apartmen*. | SIR. Tloth nicely furnished. Overstuffed set, j new rugs. 1031 King street. | DE9in.Mlt.rj, nicely furnished S-room apartment. Piwch. Oarage. Water paid. Ttenl 115.00. 1105 S«ti>nt-enth street. Key at 110.1. 1S29 Sport Ford roadster, $125. 1929 Chevrolet coupe, |1DB. 192S KHSCX Sport coupe, $95. 1927 Chevrolet roadster, $05. 1929 Ford sedan, $195. 1929 Packard deluxe sedan, $696. 1931 67 Bulck sedan, like new, $795. 1409 Eighteenth street. Phone S31 ir,s 25 Poultry and Livestock JOHN W. CULL1TON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX SEHVICB. AUDITS, SVSTEM8 Bulte 103, Professions! Buildlni Phone 4961 DR. B. BUZAN Pslmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Painless System Complete Electrotherapy Service. Foot Corrections Hours, 10 to 12 s. m.. 2 to 9. 7 to 8 p. m. Ilcxuns 111 11 J-113 Morgan Buildlni 1711 Chester Avenue Telephone 1518 Lady Attendant Legal Notices FOR SALE—23 young brood tows. Will trade for hay, craln or what have you) Also 100 pl£i and 50 feeders. J. D. Danoh. Box 161. Arrin. Cam. 150 FOR SALE—Good work mules with harness. Price right. Perrel-Arvln Ranches, Route 1, Box 106, Arvln. Phone Arvln 41-J-12. 151 EXCELLENT Rod fryers, 22 cenu pound, Z to 4 pounds. M. R. Llnscott. Phone 4511-M. 150 200 WHITE Laihorn pullets, «li weeks old. Ore- eon, Corvallls, 2!ic esch. White Pekln duck eggs for setting, 13 for 50c. Cast Loma Acres, Helen place. 150 , TO a HALE—Fat corn-fed hois. 2Vi miles west ! of Rio Bravo substation. Ilaaff ranch. 150 5$ 47 38 ) BREEDING pen of Mammoth Bronze turkeys. 8 ! hens, 1 torn. Also one young work horse. Tele- I phone 8741-J-l. FOR HALE—Mule. Will ride, pack or work, slnsln or double. Phone 8750-R-2. 1S1 WANT to buy. team of work horses or mules. Roland Better, Roule 2. Box 03. Ouo mile west Greenfield. Kern Island road. 152 TWO Jorseys, first calf, gentle. T. B. tested Ono just fresh, three gallons per day, $55.00; another springing, $40.00. C. A* Beavers, hair- mile north, quarter-mile west Ttosedate School. FRE8II cows, horses and hay. Trade for barley oats. Wanted, tractor truck and team work anywhere. Rrewer's Dairy. Phone 2,1f)0-W. FOR SALB— Three good work horses, $100. with harness. Bee Mr. Ebel, miles west of Wasco. NOTICE Controller's Department State of California To the Tax Collector of the County of Kern, State of California: WHEREAS, a deed or deeds conveying to the people of the State of California the title to the property hereinafter described having heretofore been filed In the Controller's office of the State of California: AND, WHEREAS, said deed or deeds recite the fact that said property hereinafter described wao sold to the people of the State of California for the non-payment of State and county taxes; AND, WHEREAS, five years have elapsed since the date of said sale, and no redemption, according to law, has been made of said property, or any part thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the law In such case made and provided, I, RAY L. RILEV, Controller of the State of California, by virtue of the authority in mo vested by the laws of this State, do by these presents authorize, empower, and direct you, the said Tax Collector, to sell at public auction, in separate lots or par- partlcularly described as follows, towlt: Property sold to the State June 80th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 1923: . SV4 of SWA, surface right only, Section 22. Twp. 31 S., Kg. 24 E., M. D. B. & M. Detjd No. 18. No bid shall be received or accepted at such sale for less than the amount of all the taxes levied upon such property, and all costs and penalties for every year delinquent as shown by the delinquent rolls for said years and also all tax.liens up to the date of the execution of the deed to the State, together Avlth Interest at seven per cent per annum and also the graduate redemption penalties required undef' Section 3817 of Political Code computed upon the aggregate amount of the taxes for each of said years from the first day of July following delinquency to the date of the safe hereunder, and all expenses accrued to the dato of the Bale under this authorisa- tion. Said sale shall be conducted in all respects as provided for by law governing such sales. GIVEN under my hand and seal of office, at Sacramento, this 31st day of December, A. D. 1932. (SEAL) RAY L. RILRT, Controller. By Clarence H. Smith, Deputy. THEREFORE, In pursuance of law, public notice Is hereby given that .J will on the 16th day of February, A. D. 1933, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, In the office of the Tav Collector of said Kern County, State of California, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for ca.ih In la\y- ful money of the United States, tne said property hereinbefore In said authorization described, which said authorization is hereby made a part or this notice, to-wlt: Property sold to state Juno 30th, 1924, for the delinquent taxes of 1923. Description of property: SH of SW'/l, surface right only, Section 22, Township 31 S.. Range 24 E., M. D. ,B. & M. Deed No. 12. Assessed to J. A. Jones et a1, Taxes of 1923 * 3.34 Special School and other taxes ' delinquent 4.53 Penalties on delinquency (15-5 and 5 per cent) 1.03 Coats on delinquent roll 50 Interest nt 7 per cent per annum ^ from July 1, computed upon taxes only 5.Ob 50 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 4.II) Assessed to J. A. Jones, et al, • Taxes of 1925 1.84 Spdt-lal School and other taxes delinquent 2.01 Penalties on delinquency (15-5 nnli 5 per cent) 03 Costs on delinquent roll. 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only 2.030 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.1 S' Assessed to .1. A. Jones, et al, Taxes of 1920 8.00 Special School and other taxes delinquent 2.4U Penalties on delinquency (15-3 and 5 per cent) '•>'•> Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum * from July 1 computed upon the taxes only 1.17 50 per cent 'graduated penalty under Section 3S17 2.23 Assessed to J. A. Jones et al, Taxes of 1927 2.4S Special School and other -taxes delinquent "•''•* Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 5 per cent) 5" Costs on delinquent roll 50 Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1, computed upon the taxes only 1.71 50 per cent graduated penalty under Section 3817 2.G4 Assessed to J. A. Jones ot al. Tuxes of 1928 2.4J5 Special School and other taxes . delinquent 2.01 eels, the scribed,' property hereinafter de- The property above referred to, and hereby authorized to bo sold, is situate, lying and being In the County of Kern, State of California, bounded and GASOLINE ALLEY Tip From an Expert Bv KING Penalties on delinquency and 5 per cent) ,. Costs on delinquent roll (10-5 .14 .50 NICK Isrco front room, near bath. Seventeenth street. Ucot. 2101 For Ren 1>—Rooms With Boarfj ItOOM and board. $9..10 per «'eek. Comfortsti i- rooroi. ideajant surroundings. irree Also tranalent dinners. r.O cents. 2028 Nln- Trnlh street. Tflrphone 8S7 «-!7 ;f UOOM and board, comfortable horof. flood meals for young people. Itfasonable rates. 222S-Klght- cenlh street. Phone 1070-W. IM l*Oll rtKNT—Iiooni with hoird. for two gentlemen. Kvpry modern convenience. Close In. $8 per neck. I'hnne. 4SM. ISO U-ANTED to loom and board two gentltnien. $30. n O each, or two ladle», $3,1 each, or inrec working , jllrls at J20 carh. All conveniences. Telephone ?la-M. or 1108 Monterey 150 BO A It D arid room In desirable neighborhood, or ' meals by the week. 3S1S Eighteenth street. Fru.- parking. ^ i For Rent—Houses FOH RKXT— 5-roora house. Green Acres. I«t S01200, 120; 5-room modern house, Highland I'ark. I'lwe for chickens. $25.00. Water paid. /•hone 883. 1-H-tr UNFURNISHED HOUSES r'lean 6-room house with water i paid, J2B per month. ; Four-room house partly furnished. $17.50 per month. ; Five-room modern house with wa- | ter paid, $22.50 per month. ] BRANDT INVESTMENT CO. 1818 Chester; Avenue. Phone 1298 . TWO-BOOM furnished cottage. Gil tnd lights, i $10. 110 East Klghth street. ! Unfurnished five rooms, modern, 2220 Oregon street. $22.00. Water paid. Phone 020. Henry lilssler. 1-19-tf WALT X^= r^*/ KIDS ARE STOCK \— GETT1M' SOME PISTOKJ j 1 RIUGG BAVCK INJ THE J OLD CNR WE'RS .,/ '<'/<< \ w m ^ I'LL SEE WHAT I CAM DO. VOO KIDS HAVE DONE SMELL GBTTING IT BACK A.QAJNJ. SES, we WOrJT -7 BUT IF VOL) AM 1 UWCLE AVERS AM 1 THE REST DO HELP US IT'S STILL OOP CAR. ISN'T IT? DOM'T WIPE ONI THE TOWEL OR A.OMTIE BLOSSOKA \AJILL O.IVE VOO HECK. 1 . Reg. U. S. Pit. OK. i Copyright, 190J, by The Chicago 1 rlbunc. Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1. computed upon , the taxea only l.H iO per cent graduated penalty under Section 3S17 1.SO Assessed to .1. A. Jones cl al. Taxes of 1!I2!>, includlnir Special School and other taxes de- . llnquent 4.7.'> Penalties on delinquency (10-5 and 5 per cent) 47 Costs on delinquent roll 5U ( Interest at 7 per cent per annum from July 1. computed upon the taxes only 87 30 per cent graduated penally under Section 3S17 1.4" Total taxes 17.3P. Total special school or other taxes 14.30 Total penalties on delinquency (15-10-5 and 5 per cent) 3.54 Total costs 3.00 Total interest 12.5« Total graduated penalties 14.47 Cost of reBlsterlng notice and postage 20 Cost of advertising this notice... 41.7'J Least amount for which property may be purchased $107.25 No bids will be received or accepted for said property for less than the amount of all the taxes Icvlpd upon said property, and all interests, exists, penalties and expenses up to the date of this sale, together with all subsequent taxes that may hnvo been levied upon said property up to the date of the Issuance to Ilio State of the deed or deeds referred to In said Controller's authorization, with all interests. | costs, penalties and other charges thereon added to such subsequent taxes. Given under my hand at Baltersfleld, in the County of Kern, State of California, this 21st day of January, A. D. 1933. C. E. DAY, Tax Collector of the County of Kern, State of California. HELEN SIMS, Deputy. Jan. 21-28; Feb. 4-11. THE BUNGLE FAMILY Oh, Oh! By HARRY J. TUTHILL OH, PEGGY ISN'T IT JUST TOO BAD ABOUT KLEO ...GETTING MARRIED IN SUCH A HURRY. AND TO A MAN WHO, AS CLARA SAYS, HASN'T ONE NICKEL TO RUB ON ANOTHER. WELL MOTHER THAT PART OF IT ISN'T IMPORTANT IP SHE LOVES HIM. YES I LI. ADMIT THAT PEGGY, BUT AS CLARA TOLD ME LAST EVENING. IF A MAN RUNNING A HAMBURGER STAND GETS RICH HE HAS TO DO IT A NICKEL AT A TIME. POOR. CLAR.A! THIS is A BIG COME-DOWN FOR HER., SHE ALWAYS HAD THE NOTION THAT KLEO WOULD MARRY SOMEONE LIKE....OH„ THAT REMINDS ME, BOB GRUBBER WASN'T HERE EVENING. HELL BE HERE THIS EVENING. I'M WAITING FOR HIM NOW IN FACT. HE'S LATE. BOB? HE'S USUALdr LATE? RIGHT ON THE MINUTE. WHAT TIME DID HE SAY HE'D BE "MERE? PEGGY I JUSTrfTHOUGHT OF SOMETHING I HAD THE STRANGEST FEELING COME. OVER ME JUST V NOW. i ll 1 YOU MEAN ABOUT BOB? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHY HE'S SO LATE? t BELIEVE I'LL CALL HIM UP: w NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4 No. 5161. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT O1T THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KERN. TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDWARD R. BARK\,EV, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by llu» undersigned Administrator of the c.s- tato of Edward R. Barkley, deceased, lo tho creditors of, and all person* havlnc claims against the estate of the said Edward R. Barkloy, deceased, to exhibit wild claims with tho ner- o.ssary vouchers within six months from tho date of first publication of this Notice, at the office of Borton & Petrlnl, 30< Professional Building, Bakersfield, Kern County, California, the same being the place selected by said Administrator for. the transaction of all business pertaining to said estate, or to present and file said claims with the necessary vouchers with tho County Clork of the County of Knm, State of California, within six rnontlm from the dato of the first publication of this Notice. Dated: and first published this 14th day of January, 1933. NORMAN C. HOUZK, Administrator of the Estate of IM- ward R. Barkley, deceased. , BORTON & PETRINI, * Attorneys' for Administrator. Jan. 14-21-28; Feb. 4, 11. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF KERN COUNTY FINANCE COMPANY. Notice Is hereby given that the an-» nual meeting of the stockholders of the Korn County Flmineo Company will be held at the office of sMd corporation at 1923 Chester Avenue in the Cltj- of Bakersfleld, State of California, on Thursday, January 26, 198S, at tho hour of 3 p. in., for the purpose of electing directors for the en- j (suing year, and for the transaction or nucli other business as may properly come before the nicotine. M. A. WEAT11ERWAX, Jun. 12 to SO. Secretary.

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